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at all. >> i love this story. her mother lived in the white house, and her mother lived on the second floor. >> like mrs. obama's mother. >> this was a little different. her mother would get up. the general did not sleep in that room, and she would phone her mother down the hall, and they would each be served a breakfast tray in bed, and they would talk on the telephone. >> not in the press room. there are different ways of negotiating. >> also keep in mind this is right after the war when the whole american ethic was pushing women out of the positions they had been in, trying to push them out of the public eye. >> it seems like whatever was going on in the background, women's rights were popular in the country, yet when rosalynn carter tried to take power, the public did not like it at all. >> betty ford. >> the republicans were beside themselves. >> he said, i just knew i would be in so much trouble. he was fighting his party. they were saying, it is not popular with republicans. >> one sees this after the 19th amendment. dwight eisenhower has a certain similarity. maybe because war
house cost down. you are saying no do you assert that president obama knew it wasn't going to happen and did it in a deceitful way. i was saying that two years ago, long before this i will give you an example. part of the bill called the class act. the class act was to ensure long-term nursing home care which is unbelievably expensive. however, the way it was written in the bill. it wouldn't start for a decade but you and i would have to start putting in premiums right now they would have a decade of no expenditures much in the end. >> expense of the nursing home against the revenue coming. >> in it was delayed. >> in your opinion. how much is this going to cost the federal government to ensure people who don't have insurance? do you have any figure? >> i was estimating a lot of people who looked at this were estimating at the beginning. it would be a trillion dollars 2 trillion. it's going to be -- you know he what you are going to have to do? they will have to raise taxes and they might even have to introduce a vat. the kind of sales tax. >> bill: i don't think that's going to happ
. >>> he is heading to the white house and he will be receiving a medal of art for his contribution. box brock will be awarding -- president barack obama will be awarding it later today and many others will also be honored. a total of 23 medals will be handed out. sal, my dad loves him, listens to that music all the time. >> let's go out and take a look at the commute on this wednesday, we don't have too much going on, i want to mention this has been the bright spot in the bay area commute and we have had a lot of the commutes, 81 and 280 and 85, the same thing goes for the sunole grade and in the last few weeks they have gone into a summer vacation pattern and obviously they touched up a little bit and we'll see if they can get into the same pattern for june and july, or for july and august i should say. >> do you remember them, i said dad -- well it happened a long time ago. we have a bigger fog bank and low clouds are making a stronger push and they are reigning down on long beach and we will have more coming up and it will not be as hot as today. pamela? >>> thank you steven, breakin
expand tax-payer funded crop insurance but cut food stamps. president obama said if it passes the house he'll veto it. the bill went down in defeat in the house last month when far right conservatives want even more cuts in spending than who were already in it to avoid a repeat of that embarrassment. g.o.p. leaders are calling for today's bill without amendments. >>> working together to create a comprehensive farm bill that aid farmers and people who need the food and nutrition assistance. but this time the republicans split the bill to take out the food stamp component with the idea they could deal with that part later if ever. the white house said not okay to put forward a farm bill that intentionally leaves out food safety for the people. we'll be right back. >> did anyone tell the pilgrims they should self-deport? >> no, they said "make us a turkey and make it fast". >> (laughter). >> she gets the comedians laughing. >> that's the best! >> that's hilarious. >> ... and the thinkers thinking. >> okay, so there is wiggle room in the ten commandments is what you're telling me. >> she's
that wall street listens to. lou will join us later this hour. it is up to the house now. the obama administration is looking for a big push. the wheels there are spinning. we will tell you why. ♪ she's still the one for you - you know it even after all these years. but your erectile dysfunction - you know,that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needingo go frequently ourgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medications, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sexual activity. do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, as this may cause an unsafe op in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess with cialis. side effects may include headache, upset stomach, delayed backache or muscle ache. to avoid long-term injury, seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting more than four hours. if you have any sudden d
-- world tennis team invited to the white house. that changed today. it has been around for 38 years. never recognized by the oval office. michele obama a huge fan and she was at the match last night. stay active, kids. that's the message. the wizards at the event. final play it's our tease of the night. a fan catches a foul ball and then how about this? the high five. that's never good. >> no, no, no. >>> that's all we've got for time. the cbs evening news is next. derek will see you along with >> pelley: tonight what was going on inside the cockpit of flight 214? federal investigators give us their first report on the actions of the flight crew in the moments before the plane crashed in san francisco. john blackstone has the late-breaking story. the cleveland women held captive for ten years speak publicly for the first time. elaine quijano on what they wanted to say. >> i'm looking forward to my brand new live. >> pelley: knives, bats and guns. a mobster descri
he was not nominated. talks are continuing. today, the white house announced president obama has been monitoring the situation in consultation with national security advisers. the white house reiterated the united states is not aligned with that does not support any particular egyptian political party or group. as part of the july 4 celebration, president obama released his radio address earlier in the week. he talks about the significance of the day and the contributions made by citizens throughout our history. theas representative gave republican address. chelsea has independent greetings and the republicans efforts to reduce student loan interest rates which doubles on july 1. >> hi, everybody. i hope you all had a safe and happy fourth of july, filled with parades, cookouts, fireworks, and family reunions. we celebrated at the white house with a few hundred members of the military and their families. and we took a moment amid the festivities to remember what our independence day is all about, what happened 237 years ago, and what it meant to the world. on july 4th, 1776, a small b
. >> what has the obama administration said about the house bill? if it gets too it his desk. i do not know how the two will meet, but the chambers will pass the bill. >> what can you tell about the amendment process on the house bill? >> it is an appropriations bill. it could be a loss of messaging bills. republicans have come out in favor of fossil fuel energy, natural gas, coal, oil. they want more funding for that type of research. less for clean energy. look for bills -- for amendments to that effect. >> it is an open amendment bill. what does that mean? anything that is germane to energy, the water issues can be filed as an amendment to this bill. there could be a lot of things coming down the pike, but we will have to see what those might be. >> you mentioned the levels in past years from this he built. what are the differences? >> the spending level is about $2.8 billion less than what was enacted last year, and it is about $4.1 billion less than what the president has proposed in this year's budget. to differences come down clean energy and overall cuts to get under sequestration l
once again with the decision by the white house to there a a key provision of obama care. the implementation of the employer mandate pushed back to 2015. dr. mark segal caught up with president bush back in may and got his thoughts on the state of today's health care system and more. take a look. >> what do you think the future of health care in the united states is, and what is the best way to approach it is? >> i think the most -- one important aspect of a good health care system is to encourage healthy behavior. and prevention. that's what we're doing out here, isn't it? preventing disease by staying fit. if people make better choices, the demand for health care will decline. secondly, i think it's really important for people to recognize we have the best, the most modern technologically advanced health care system in the world, and -- and, you know, it will eventually figure out the most efficient way to pay for it. >> i think you're a role model for health. something i'm missing. how do i get people off the couch, up and exercising like this? >> i wasn't a role model
. late today speaker boehner called on president obama to lead and the senate to act. >> the white house and senate democrats have left let these students down. frankly i think they deserve better. it's time for the president to lead. it's time for him to bring senate democrat leaders together and develop a solution. the house has done its job. it's time for the senate and the white house to do its job. >> the problem is there is a split among senate democrats. we will see how they work that out. senate majority leader harry reid is trying to get the house republicans to volt on bipartisan reed notes there is nothing wrong with voting on a bills that moderates from both parties can support. >> eventually he will be forced to take up the bill that we have passed here where the country will be left with no immigration reform at all which is a bad, bad outcome. the speaker should dispense with posturing and delay and should do the right thing and he should do it now. >> boehner says he does not intend to take up the senate bill. the house will township its own, shep? >> shepard: mike, congr
the white house focus. trying to return the change to jobs and supreme court voting rights act and i think president obama is trying to show a road map of ways they can protect voting rights in the future for all residents of the country, but specifically african-americans who might have limited access to polling. >> but for the first time he's speaking there in two years. why has it taken him this long? why this strained relationship. >> again, they're concerned about the president's focus not being as much on african-american constituents, job employment rate is much higher among african-americans. i think -- again, the president is trying to return the focus for jobs for all americans, but i think in particular there's frustration the president is not using his office in a way that would accentuate this community. and i think that, you know, there's been up and down in this relationship. i think he's trying to sort of return the focus of, you know, core constituents to jobs and start there. >> david, we appreciate it. thank you for joining us this morning. >> sure. >>> coming up, richar
north carolina. more protests are expected today as the state house holds a hearing on the bill. the obama administration is considering a speedy withdrawal from afghanistan that would remove all troops next year. the new york times reports president obama is weighing plans to scrap plans for a residual force in afghanistan after the withdrawal date of 2014. the report cites obama's apparent frustration with afghan president hamid karzai. their ties apparently reached a new low after karzai objected to peace talks last month between the u.s. and taliban. the journalist and media activist sputnik columbia has died at age of 55 after a battle with liver cancer. she was often the only woman reporting from war zones. she was known as a mentor from other journalists. she worked for more than a decade at radio france international and her voice was regularly heard as a correspondent for free speech radio news, which she helped to found. she helped to expose sexual trafficking in the balkans. suggest more than 700,000 people are traffic across the borders worldwide. almost one-third of
, jim. >> thanks, i come to you from the white house, i was at the ceremony where president obama gave out 24 medals in the humanities and the arts. there was curiosity with the likes of joan didian, george lucas, and sportswriters and dancers and singers there. and juxtaposes with this world just a mile or so away where they don't even want to read the legislation that they're pass passing. this is a wonderful inspiration to our kids. >> michael: and jim, they're so proud of it. we didn't read it. they're so happy about not having read it. i love that. he's giving out awards on the arts and letters across the way. it just speaks to much. it's so symbolic. listen over the past couple of years i want to turn your back to chicago for a second to something that is a little more sobering. chicago your city has seen a spike in homicides. what needs to happen in d.c. for chicago to have less gun violence. >> i don't think a whole lot needs to happen in d.c. i think the problem there is really less law abiding folks will be carrying guns. what we do in chicago with the folks who are not so la
gave us darth vaider was honored at the white house receiving national medal of arts from president obama. the president spoke about the movery impacts on the industry. two dozen others also received medals including poet day ryan. >> in honor of yoda, pleasant, it is. >> i got special affects for you. let's take a look at live doppler 7 out here. low clouds and fog near the coast. sunny skies inland. tomorrow, it's going to be a mixed bag across state of california north mainly sunny and warm. remnants of what was tropical storm eric producing showers and thundershowers over parts of the sierra. here our conditions will be quiet and mainly sunny tomorrow. mild but cooler with highs into mid-80s and around the bay. 60s to 70s and upper 50s on the coast. here is the accu-weather forecast. we'll warm up over the weekend by monday, inland highs back into low 90s and 80s around the bay. we've got a bit of a temperature range there for everybody. pleasant. >> wait seven days cool down or warm up thank you very much. >> had was a particularly bad day for matt. >> if you notice a trend of
the house of representatives in 2014, which makes obama a lame-dumb president. i think in general, business is doing better than most people think. a lot of part-time people because of the impending obamacare, which incidentally he quietly moved back to 2015. as far as the gentleman from illinois who called in crying about the economy, he should, because illinois is one of the worst-run states in the country, and i'm from louisiana where we had our own problems with politics. host: what's the situation like in louisiana? what's the economy like there? caller: well, the economy is neither hot nor cold. it's sort of in between. and i live near a large metropolitan area, new orleans, nd the unemployment is ok. but we have a large chemical complex, which is good and bad. but it maintains the economy on a fairly steady level. we have a governor, who i think has done a good job. it's not an excellent job, but he hasn't picked the pockets of louisiana as in past political situations. so i think things are in general looking up. i'm retired, but i still think, and it's low interest rates that are k
was headed to the white house for the first state dinner hosted by president barack obama and his wife michelle of the of the most glamorous couples and the kennedys. six years have passed since gupta set down in the three term global managing director for consultinconsultin g giant kinsey. he sat on a handful of corporate lords goldman sachs proctor & gamble and american airlines to name a few. his wife anita had hoped his retirement from the the top job at mackenzie would slow him down but he was in the throes of building his own private equity company from scratch. jetting from continent to continent living out of a suitcase he was as an intent on being a game-changer in private equity and philanthropy as he had been during his storied career. .. the ostensible province of the evening was honored the indian prime minister of the evening, the event serve as a barometer for how far and fast immigrant groups have risen. in one generation indian americans involved in outsiders to polish prayers in all facets of american society. if they want to make small talk in the security line with
.s. is standing by and watching very carefully. what is the dilemma for the white house? >> the white house understands that it is not about washington. i know here in sound we think everything is about washington, but the obama administration -- in aid to.3 billion the generals? >> despite that for sure. they gave morsi $8 billion in one year. let's put that in some perspective. yes, it matters. the u.s. doesn't have levers and it does influence the generals. arguably in the first transition after mubarak was overthrown, they influence them to go with morsi winning. but the u.s. does not have that much leverage except to push them perhaps to a quicker transition toward democracy. .> thank you for joining us >> my pleasure. >> today the investigation continues into what caused an asiana airlines flight to crash land in san francisco on saturday. reports indicate that the plane tootraveling too low and slow when it hit the seawall before landing. the pilots' experience is being questioned. >> look at that one. >> the final moments of flight an amateur by cameraman across the san francisco b
. she was part of the kids skate dinner at the white house. she won the invitation to dine with the obamas. one of the 1300 entries, rose was selected among three other california finalists. >> and the president has admitted he doesn't like mushy vegetables. he likes firm vegetables. >> i like them all. >> usually it means it's overcooked. in my cooking lessons over the past couple of years. i'm learning how to cook, folks. >>> you can see a beautiful shot of the fog rolling in. we'll tell you what this will mean for airport delays tomorrow morning and how long it's going to last in a few minutes. >> you're trying to learn how to cook. my goose is cooked. >>> in oakland, ready to take center stage, and a certain giant ready for a come back. and the defending champs looking to get back on track at home. all next from the xfinity sports desk. >>> well, there's a lot of drama at the america's cup, but it's not really on the water. the racing has begun, but the controversy continues. fill us in. where are we in all this? >> reporter: well, let's not worry about too much controv
white house foreign affairs correspondent wendell gold. >> a day after a spasm of violence -- the white house refused to blame the country's military or to call morsi's ouster a coup. instead what president obama is supposed to have told morsi the last time they spoke on the phone is that democracy is more than elections. >> what we hope is that it will return to a more democratically elected civilian government that would then govern democratically. >> the president welcomed two members of the egyptian form -- the u.s. says -- the brotherhood seems in no mood to participate. >> we don't accept this military coup and it's consequences you should not comment on this constitution declaration as it is produced by an illegitimate regime. >> there's some -- kentucky republican senator rand paul says there shouldn't even be any debate. >> we're not supposed to be in favor of supporting military overthrow of democratically elected government. i'm no fan of the muslim brotherhood. i don't think we should have given them money either. >> paul is joined by democrats as well as other republicans,
lending his weight and his political credibility to this issue. the obama white house has welcomed his comments today and is also putting out lots of wildfires -- burning out of control across several western states this morning. two of the biggest are in nevada. more than 800 firefighters are battling a 15,000-acre fire north of las vegas. more than 500 residents have been evacuated there. >>> and finally, a delivery that has been 39,000 years in the making has arrived at the exhibition hall in japan. it's an amazingly well-preserved woolly mammoth with most of its fur ins you see there. the female nicknamed yuka was and researchers were able to extract some of its blood, leading to speculation that scientists might try to clone the extinct animal. jurassic park meets ice age. >> looks good. thanks, natt. >> mike bettes back with a check of the local forecast. >> more thunderstorms today but nothing like overseas where there is epic flooding in china. the szechuan province, check this out, homes collapsing, some of the worst flooding in years. bridges washed out. in the u.s., storms t
. >> call it kang-nato. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: he tweeted most house rs agree, trusting obama with border security is like trusting bill clinton with your daughter. [♪ circus music ♪] >> stephanie: border security fyi, has increased under obama's watch. >> but they don't care about details like that. >> like getting in a plane with whilely post. >> stephanie: that's right. all right then. yes, the president, by the way is pushing house republicans on immigration. good luck with that. ♪ >> stephanie: do i have something? >> no, i had an itch. >> stephanie: every time you do that i have something on my face. >> no usually i'm looking at you. >> stephanie: i'm starting to lose more feeling in my face. >> as you have more and more work done you have less and less feeling in your face. there are only so many times you can cut up your face without damaging every single nerve there. >> i can't feel something in many face. >> stephanie: didn't i have something green yesterday -- >> yeah you had three green vertical stripes on your face. >> stephanie: presiden
on the immigration bill, will the house kill it? later, dennis miller on egypt and how the obama administration is dealing with it up ahead. hey kevin...still eating chalk for heartburn? yeah... try new alka seltzer fruit chews. they work fast on heartburn and taste awesome. these are good. told ya! i'm feeling better already. [ male announcer ] new alka seltzer fruits chews. enjoy the relief! a friend under water is something completely different. i met a turtle friend today so, you don't get that very often. it seemed like it was more than happy to have us in his home. so beautiful. avo: more travel. more options. more personal. whatever you're looking for expedia has more ways to help you find yours. >> bill: in the impact segment tonight two hot stories for you how secretary of state kerry handling the mess in egypt. the immigration house may kill it? >> the house does not intend to take up the senate bill. the house is going to do its own job on developing an immigration bill. >> bill: all right, joining us now from washington fox news ace correspondents james rosen and carl cameron. camme
of the door. >> president obama met with senators schumer and mccain to push for immigration reform. house republicans meaning to start from scratch. >> the stroller gets stuck in the car. the baby was not hurt. the guy drove off. >> running for its life from two hungry cheetahs. it leaps to safety inside of a packed car full of tourists. >> and all that matters. >> the secretary of state said his wife is improving. he became emotional while talking about her. >> i want to thank everybody for the remarkable outpouring of good wishes. it's been really very special. >> on "cbs this morning." >> justin bieber cursing out a former president and relieving himself inside a restaurant and not in the bathroom. >> you know what canada it's time to pick him up. >> this morning's "eye opener" is presented by choice hotels. >>> good morning. welcome to "cbs this morning." charlie rose is off so anthony macing is with us. >> hello. great to be here. >> we are hearing dramatic 911 calls made by survivors of the asiana plane crash. >> have finally started clearing the debris left and we
option for snowden, that might not be the best option for u.s.-russia relations. we know president obama spoke yesterday, and the readout from the white house is pretty innocuous, but it says the two leaders recognized the bilateral relations and noticed a range of security, including the status of mr. edward snowden and the cooperation on counterterrorism in the lead-up to the olympics, which i guess is another topic they were talking about. do you believe this would have a serious impact, if he did stay in russia, on u.s.-russia relations? it's already tense, but could it get worse? >> i think it would have an impact. the problem is there are hundreds of russian defectors living in this country that the russians would like to try to bring back home. we're not giving them up and they're safe here. so the russians are saying, look, guys, this is the way the game is played. he's on our turf. we have him, you do this to us, we're going to do it to you. and the president is mad about syria, a couple other issues, and anything to poke it in his eye right now would serve the russians well. >>
to egypt. >>> president obama did something he has not done in a couple years. he met with members of the congressional black caucus. they came to the white house an talked for about an hour and aau half. a number of issues came up ca including the need to keep federal student loan rates low. >> believe me, that students are being challenged significantly by plebs also discussed that the president their concerns about the recent supreme court ruling on voting rights. >>> and just into the fox 5 newsroom, legal troubles tonighl for one of the sons of virginia governor bob mcdonnell. 21-year-old shawn mcdonnellawn was arrested on saturday andste charged with public intoxication. it happened in charlottesville where mcdonnell is going to be a senior at university of virginia. he was released in his own recognizance, and scheduled tode be back in court next month. >>> straight head on the news edge, fun food and excitementex after the second annual state dinner. >>> it appears that the americae is really losing on the battle of the bulge. >>> i have been gaining when ign was on vacatio
country. >> president obama is also ramping up the political pressure on the house republicans, making the economic case for reform and enlisting business, evangelical leaders to lobby for it. >> if democrats and republicans, including president bush and i can agree on something, that's a pretty good place to start. now the house needs to act, so i can sign common sense immigration reform into law. >> right now i want to bring in blake, michelle bernard, attorney, political analyst and president for bernard center, anna marie cox and alberto nationwide association of ethnic media organizations and an online latino advocacy group. so, i guess this is the week. i don't think i have heard as much pessimism in one week towards immigration reform as i heard in one week. maybe i'm too naive with this stuff, but i don't think it's quite over yet because it's hard to read house republicans literally these days. if you read these things literally, no chance of us getting through. i look at it and say more posturing than ever to get anything through the house these days. maybe there is still som
it is interesting. here's the irony. the republican house you know, republicans love the fact that it has been radically obstructionist. won't allow obama to do anything with his agenda. stood in the way of two-term president the way no other house in congress has ever done before. just adopting the radical rules and committed not to getting anything done. but by the way, we kind of want to get the immigration bill done and now they can't change this monster because it is not equipped to do anything to get anything passed to have serious debate, to come together to make some sort of negotiated deal. so you know, literally if you talk to -- you know, the professionals, the future -- the electoral future of the party is riding on this bill. they're leaving it with this completely purposely dysfunctional body that is now just wider not to get anything done. it would be incredibly ironic if this frankenstein they've created ends up dooming their future. >> stephanie: i saw a cartoon over the weekend. they said we built a wall to keep them out. it just says latino vote. the republican party. i thin
down the war in afghanistan, an official tells cnn president obama is considering pulling off troops from that country in 2014. the white house apparently growing frustrated with hamid karzai. it may be a negotiating tactic. they are trying to work out a long term deal to keep some u.s. service members on the ground after the draw down. >>> the wife of secretary of state john kerry is said to be doing better. a source close to the family tells cnn, 74-year-old has symptoms consistent with a seizure. her condition is upgraded to fair. they hope to have good news to report today. >>> the latest white house projection says the deficit will shrink by $214 billion. of course it won't be gone completely, washington is spending about $1 trillion more than it takes in. spending cuts are paying off. >> what is three quarters of a trillion dollars? >> pocket change. >> check this out. this is in tron corontotoronto,. >> that's a road? >> i'm sure it's a road completely under water. nearly four inches fell in just hours. 100,000 customers are without power. passengers were stuck in the subway s
own signature health care law. imagine that the current occupant of the white house was not president obama but a republican, just imagine that. pretend that this republican had come to office promising an era of inclusion and accountability. but as the years wore on, he simply had grown tired of the democratic process. imagine that this president, despite securing confirmation for nearly every nominee he submitted, couldn't understand why the elected senate didn't sumly rush them all through even quicker. he couldn't understand why senators insisted on fulfilling their constitutional obligations to scrutinize each nominee. just visualize for a moment that this president decided to urge members of his party to break the rules of the senate so that he could appoint whomever he wanted regardless of checks and balances. imagine the outrage in the media, online and especially on the other side of the aisle. they'd claim the president was a dictator. they'd say he was ripping the constitution to shreds. basically everything they said for so many years about president bush. but of course pr
for reform. 11:00 a.m., obama held a lengthy strategy session with the congressional black hispanic caucus. across town at 3:00 p.m., all 234 house republicans were scheduled to meet in a veritable immigration therapy session. but if you think it all points towards some hope for progress on the issue, you probably didn't see the headline on politico today. immigration reform heads for slow death. what's going on, you ask? republicans walked away from their 2012 debacle hellbent on fixing their problems with hispanics and now hellbent on making them worse. republicans on capitol hill predict comprehensive immigration reform will die a slow months' long death in the house. let's get right to it. joining us msnbc contributor steve schmitt and jim vandehei. isn't the rub of this the fact that we have hyper partisanship and so few republicans in the house are representing hispanics in their districts, consequently no accountability when they go home? >> that's a huge part of. this house republican conference is very conservative, they come from mostly rural districts, they have mostly white con
to that the obama administration still refuses to call a coup. marking the shift in white house policy for press secretary said suspending aid to egypt would not be in the best interest of the united states. "the new york times" reporting egyptians are seeing some improvement in their daily life he had life. gasoline lines dawn, power outages have ended, and police are back on the streets assuring public safety. the times reporting that that suggests a campaign by former mubaraks supporters to undermine morsi, a campaign that was obviously successful. the latest party newspaper report on in as a surveillance claims microsoft played a major role in helping the federal government obtained data on its users. according to the guardian, microsoft held both the nsa and the fbi get around its encryption so that the agencies did access outlook, hormel, and video. that affirmation, reportedly provided by liquor edward snowden whose whereabouts remain unknown. the latest that edward snowden may have been on regularly scheduled flight from moscow to cuba after one flight took an unusual route mysteriously
, as putin put it. anthe ball is on his side of oe field. ld reporter: late today, president obama spoke with keesident putin about the aowden standoff. obviously that conversation was private, but the white house position has been pretty clear, scott. the white house says snowden is not a human rights activist or dissident, he's a fugitive wanted on three felonies who should be returned to the u.s. at once. >> pelley: bob orr in our tushington newsroom. bob, thank you. late today a doctor at san francisco general hospital said a third person has now died in the crash of flight 214. and the police have confirmed that one of the victims who died iedthe airport was run over by a esponding fire truck. it appears she was covered in firefighting foam at the time. the police don't know yet if the truck killed her or if she was asad already. ahere was a deadly train derailment today outside paris. at least six people were killed, dozens were injured. two cars left the tracks and slammed into a station. it took hours to pull everyone out. the train was packed with people heading off to celebrate
. kristen welker is at the white house this morning with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, erica. president obama will continue to monitor the snowden situation this morning. he spoke by phone friday night with russian president vladimir putin about snowden. white house officials said both leaders noted the importance of the relationship between united states and russia, still it is a tense time. american fugitive edward snowden hiked out of a mass cow airport for another day, the move straining relations between the united states and russia which is already fraught with tensions dating back to the cold war. >> snowden has fallen into the midst of a relationship that has been trying to get itself onto another footing again. this couldn't really have happened at a worse moment. >> reporter: this after snowden, the man behind the nsa security leak surfaced on friday for the first time in three weeks from the airport, heard here defending his actions after meeting with human rights groups. >> i did not seek to enrich myself. i did not seek to sell u.s. secrets. i did not part
to this video as evidence. >> reporter: the obama administration is condemning the violence and will not take sides. the white house says it will take more time to determine whether to call morsi's ouster a military coup. >> tens of thousands had legitimate arguments. and they do not believe this was a coup. >> reporter: former secretary of state adviser, john alderman, says the u.s. has an interest in keeping aid flowing to one of the strongest allies in the region. >> the law says if there is a military coup, the u.s. has to cut off aid. there is a coup. and the readministration-- administration is not wanting to cut off funding. >> reporter: egypt's interim president calls to an end to the violence. he is trying to steer the country. in a new direction. >> now, the u.s. say its is still committed to giving $1 billonnion -- billion in aid to egypt this year. >>> fort meade. the court-martial of army private bradley manning. he is accused of leaking a massive amount of secrets. the defense opened by showing video of a u.s. helicopter attack in baghdad, which it claims dozens of analysts had
house is debating a complete pullout of u.s. troops from afghanistan perhaps as soon as next year. obama administration officials tell cbs news, frustration with afghan's president karzai is contributing to the possible reversal of the plan that had been to keep a small number of american troops over there after 2014. and house speaker john boehner says he's had concerns about u.s. involvement in afghanistan for some time. however, no official decision has been made yet. >>> the countdown is on for the birth of prince william and kate's baby. okay. by some media reports, the fourth in line to the british throne is due in just four days. that would be, oh, saturday. the duchess of cambridge is in london but prince william is on duty with the royal air force about 300 miles away in wales. and he is reportedly planning to take a helicopter home just to make it to the hospital on time. first word of the baby's arrival will go to the queen. a notice will then be posted on an easel outside buckingham palace and the royals will also tweet the news on the birth. so much for-- >> a notice on an e
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